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Son of Scoregasm, a sequel to 2011’s top-down shooter Scoregasm, is coming to PlayStation Vita “very soon,” developer Charlie Knight announced today on the PlayStation Blog.

Though a twin-stick shooter, Knight describes Son of Scoregasm as less of a “typical survival style” one but instead a game made up of interlinked levels that the player progresses through non-linearly. In short, there are several options to take as far as routes go, with some being noticeably more difficult than others.

“You all know how good things look on Vita’s screen, but it’s the controls that really feel amazing,” Knight wrote. “The analog sticks are perfect for this game, giving you the full 360 degrees of control for quick reactions and increased accuracy. This, coupled with how fluidly everything moves on screen, makes playing the game feel solid and smooth.”

According to a post on the official website for Knight’s studio, Charlie’s Games,, he expects Son of Scoregasm to launch on PlayStation Vita “roughly at the end of June,” followed Windows, Mac, and Linux versions.

Twin-stick shooter sequel Son of Scoregasm coming to Vita ‘very soon’

By | 05/13/2014 02:20 PM PT

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Son of Scoregasm, a sequel to 2011’s top-down shooter Scoregasm, is coming to PlayStation Vita “very soon,” developer Charlie Knight announced today on the PlayStation Blog.

Though a twin-stick shooter, Knight describes Son of Scoregasm as less of a “typical survival style” one but instead a game made up of interlinked levels that the player progresses through non-linearly. In short, there are several options to take as far as routes go, with some being noticeably more difficult than others.

“You all know how good things look on Vita’s screen, but it’s the controls that really feel amazing,” Knight wrote. “The analog sticks are perfect for this game, giving you the full 360 degrees of control for quick reactions and increased accuracy. This, coupled with how fluidly everything moves on screen, makes playing the game feel solid and smooth.”

According to a post on the official website for Knight’s studio, Charlie’s Games,, he expects Son of Scoregasm to launch on PlayStation Vita “roughly at the end of June,” followed Windows, Mac, and Linux versions.

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